Beach information

Our coastline is protected by a set of environmental rules. Respecting those rules is a matter of safety. Lifeguards are present on the following beaches: Plage du Veillat, Beaurivage, Péguière, Plage du Débarquement, plage d'Agay and plage du Lido.


First-aid station contact information: Tel. +33 (0)4 94 51 43 54

Be sure to check the safety flags and rules posted on each first-aid station:

Life guard on duty

Swimming and bathing dangerous

Swimming and bathing forbidden

Bathing water quality

Analyzing the bathing water quality regularly is part of our long term commitment to quality. With the clean bathing water certification, Saint-Raphaël guarantees visitors the water will be monitored regularly during their summer stay. More information

Beach games and activities

  • Swimming is allowed in the designated areas marked by large round yellow buoys and restricted to 300 m from the beach in the zones where a lifeguard is on duty.
  • Be aware that wind comes from the land, pushing one out to sea.

Beach signs

Sport or pleasure boats
Motor vessels, motorboats
Sailing boats
Windsurfing boards
Water skiing
Motor boats
5 knot speed limit

Navigation marks

Navigation marks are used to inform mariners of the dangers, principally those submerged in water, and the navigation channels. They can be floating or fixed, lit or not.


Météo-France provides weather reports for sea-related activities and sailing. Checking them will allow you to safely organize your activities.

  • Telephone : +33 (0) 892 68 08 83 (0.34 €/min)


99 Quai Albert 1er
83700 Saint-Raphaël
  • +33(0)4 94 19 52 52